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Legal profession launches women in law pledge
On Thursday 20 June 2019, the Law Society of England and Wales, the Bar Council of England and Wales and the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) and other legal organisations will join together to launch a Women in Law pledge at the Law Society’s international symposium on gender equality.
Fixed recoverable costs are restricting smaller firms’ ability to offer services, says CILEx
The introduction of fixed recoverable costs (FRC) for low-value personal injury cases has restricted smaller law firms from offering their services to the public and this will be made worse by plans to extend FRC, the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) has told the government.
CILEx backs the UK Social Mobility Awards
The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) are pleased to support the UK Social Mobility Awards, which are about making the advancement of social mobility a key part of how organisations are run in this country.
Insurers trying to make fools of Government over whiplash savings, argues CILEx
Insurers are trying to make fools of the Government by claiming savings from the personal injury reforms enacted by the Civil Liability Act are already being passed on to consumers before they have even been implemented, the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) has said.
Closing courts before digitisation is “putting cart before the horse”, argues CILEx
Closing courts across the country with years to go until the digitisation programme is finished or its impact is understood is evidence of the government putting justice in danger, the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) has said.
Lawyers unite for #LegalPride 2019
The legal professions of England and Wales – solicitors, barristers and Chartered Legal Executives are joining together to mark Pride events in Birmingham, Bristol, Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester, Cardiff and London.
Second female Chartered Legal Executive judge named
Chloe Hubbert has become the second female Chartered Legal Executive to be appointed to the judiciary and the first to become a Deputy District Judge.
New Programme to Boost Judicial Diversity
Lawyers from underrepresented groups will be better supported to become judges following the launch of a new online education programme today (24 April).
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